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Ushna Shah term Dr. Maha’s Suicide as Murder.


KARACHI: Actress Ushna Shah has termed the death of Dr Maha Ali, who committed suicide a few days ago, as murder.

Ushna Shah has said in his tweet that the bullet mark on the back of one’s head does not in any way indicate suicide. Sindh Police please do not disappoint us.

About Ushna Shah

Ushna Shah is Pakistani actress and model. She is the daughter of actress Ismat Tahira and sister of Irsa Ghazal. Shah was born in Lahore and raised in Canada. She is the daughter of veteran TV and radio artist Ismat Tahira. She made her acting debut in 2013.

Ushna Shah has play roles in many dramas. Shah had her first critical success with the 2014 thriller “Bashar Momin”. She received further recognition for playing against type in the 2017 spiritual drama “Alif Allah or Insaan” that earned her a Hum Award for Best Negative Actor. The 2018 psychological thriller “Balaa” for which she received nomination for Best Actress at Lux Style Award. Among her awards is the Best Emerging Talent Female at the 4th Pakistani Media Award for “Maray Khawaboon ka Diya”.

Maha Shah suicide as murder, Ushna Shah.

Yesterday a suicide case occurs. In which a young doctor in Karachi commits suicide. She is find dead in her washroom. But Ushna Shah declared her suicide as the murder.

It is common in Pakistan for women to be killed in domestic disputes. And ‘honor’ disputes and their deaths to be termed as suicide. Please do not allow this young doctor to be included in this list. She wants to say that society did not gives importance to a women. Ushna further said: “The gunshot wounds to the back of one’s head can not be self-inflicted. Sindh police please do not disappoint”.

She further added: “It is uncommon in Pakistan for women to be kill in domestic or honor and termed their murder as suicide. With no justice. Please don’t let this doctor to be added in this statistics”.

The dead body of 25-year-old Dr Maha, who was working as a doctor at a private hospital in Clifton, was found in his home.

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